This chapter provides a short introduction to the topic of the book. I define parasites as any small organism closely associated with, and harmful to, a larger organism. I point out which features of parasites make them attractive ecological factors and why the study of parasites may add to our understanding of Daphnia biology. They have a bivalve shell covering the body but not the head, four to six pairs of legs, and two pairs of antennae used for swimming.

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